Set Profile > Chambers of Edward Denehan > London, England
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9 Stone Buildings
Chambers of Edward Denehan > The Legal 500 Rankings
Insolvency Tier 1
Property litigation Tier 3
Insolvency, contentious trusts and probate, and property litigation are the specialisms at Chancery set 9 Stone Buildings. In recent news, Chancery and tax junior Julian Hickey joined after a stint as an associate member of Temple Tax Chambers, and commercial litigation practitioner Andrew Mace returns to the Bar after a decade as a partner in various solicitors’ practices, while Paul Wilmshurst moved to New Square Chambers. The clerks’s room, led by senior clerk Alan Austin and first junior David Clayton, is ‘always helpful, very easy to deal with, and goes the extra mile to make things work’. Offices in: London
Chambers of Edward Denehan > Firm Profile
9 Stone Buildings is a commercial chancery set and one of the oldest established chambers in Lincolnâs Inn, with a history dating back to 1893. Although it has a proud tradition and heritage, it is a modern and progressive set committed to meeting the needs and expectations of all its clients with professionalism and integrity. Its members have a reputation for advocacy, knowledge and experience enabling it to provide clients with the highest standards of legal advice and representation in todayâs fast-changing world.
The set: Many of its members are leaders in their respective fields of practice, regularly appearing in all levels of courts and tribunals both in the UK and overseas jurisdictions where some have established practices.
9 Stone Buildings provides comfortable facilities staffed by a friendly and helpful clerking team equipped with up-to-date technology. It additionally provides an extensive seminar programme on topical issues for which it is accredited by the Law Society to offer CPD hours. Chambers is conveniently located in Lincolnâs Inn.
In recent years the chambers have been joined by some notable established practitioners in line with Chambersâ policy of selective recruitment.
Types of work undertaken: All members undertake advocacy, drafting and advice in a broad range of matters. These include all types of contract and commercial dispute, including construction, as well as confidential information, passing off, covenants restricting business activity or employment, companies and partnership matters, minority rights, directorsâ duties, internal disputes and mergers and acquisitions.
Claims to land, issues of title, boundary disputes, easements and rights of way are dealt with, together with landlord and tenant issues, including business, agricultural and residential tenancies, leasehold enfranchisement and housing. Law of commons and charities law are dealt with.
Corporate and personal insolvency are dealt with, as well as financial services matters, including investment transactions, investor protection, stock exchange matters, regulation, market abuse, insider dealing and market manipulation.
Trusts, settlements and wills are a particular specialism, as well as probate, administration of estates and family provision.
Banking, insurance, consumer credit and hire purchase are handled, as well as mortgages, guarantees and credit arrangements, fraud (including commercial fraud), conspiracy, mistake and constructive trusts. Injunctions and professional negligence are specialisms, as well as Court of Protection work, conflict of laws, judicial review and employment law.
Members undertake work in a variety of overseas locations, including Ireland, Isle of Man, Channel Islands, Switzerland, France, Gibraltar, Asia, the Caribbean and the US.
|Senior clerk||Alan Austin|
|Junior clerks||David Clayton|
|Junior clerks||Jake Price|
|Junior clerks||Ben Rinaldi|
|Members of Chambers||DENEHAN, Edward (1981)|
|Members of Chambers||ASHE QC SC, Michael (1971)|
|Members of Chambers||SHAW QC, Peter (1995)|
|Members of Chambers||JACOB, Isaac E (1963)|
|Members of Chambers||CANT, Christopher I (1973)|
|Members of Chambers||MEARES, Nigel (1975)|
|Members of Chambers||YOUNG, Martin (1984)|
|Members of Chambers||COUNSELL, Lynne M (1986)|
|Members of Chambers||SISLEY, Timothy (1989)|
|Members of Chambers||BROWN, Philip (1991)|
|Members of Chambers||RICHMAN, Helene Pines (1992)|
|Members of Chambers||COWEN, Timothy (1993)|
|Members of Chambers||BROMILOW, Daniel (1996)|
|Members of Chambers||PALSER, Elaine (2002)|
|Members of Chambers||CURL, Joseph (2007)|
|Members of Chambers||BROWN, Rory (2009)|
|Members of Chambers||ARUMUGAM, Raj (2008)|
|Members of Chambers||WILMSHURST, Paul (2007)|
|Members of Chambers||MATTU, Gurprit (2007)|
|Members of Chambers||CALLARD, Graham (2001)|
|Members of Chambers||McGOWAN, Giselle (2011)|
|Members of Chambers||LINDSEY, Cecilia Xu (2012)|
|Members of Chambers||FAITH, Julian (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||COCKBURN, Thomas (2015)|
|Members of Chambers||WRIGHT, Paul (2017)|
|Members of Chambers||CRITELLI, Nicholas* (USA 1991)|
|Members of Chambers||LEVY QC, James* (Gibraltar 1972)|
|Members of Chambers||ASHTON, Dr Raymond* (Guernsey 1979)|
|Members of Chambers||DOYLE Louis* (1996)|
|Members of Chambers||* Door tenants|